ERIC Number: ED333886
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1991-Mar
Reference Count: N/A
Proceedings of the Annual Conference of the International Association of School LIbrarianship (19th, Umea, Sweden, July 8-12, 1990).
International Association of School Librarianship, Kalamazoo, MI.
This conference report contains 32 presented papers: "Talking Books for Children in Sweden in Libraries and Schools" (L. Bergman); "At-Risk Students: How Do School (Library) Systems Respond?" (G. R. Brown); "Providing School Library Services to Immigrant Populations" (K. W. Craver); "Bibliographic Aids for School Libraries" (K. Darling); "The Literature Based Curriculum Bridges the Difference between Students, Librarians and Teachers Forming a Partnership for Learning" (V. J. Downes); "Cooperative Learning Activities in the Library Media Center" (L. S. J. Farmer); "Catering to the Special Needs of Mature Age Students in a Senior College in Western Australia" (N. A. Greeve); "Communication between Children and Adults, Based on Literature on Topics of Life Together and Problems of Drugs" (S. Hansen); "The Relationship between the Swedish Institute for Children's Books and Building Bridges of Understanding" (J. Hansson); "Integrating Library-Media Services for ESOL Students" (J. Hardy); "Grand Schemes and Nitty-Gritty Details: Library Public Relations That Works" (D. H. Heller); "To Conquer a Language" (A. Holm); "Combined Strength--Combined Libraries" (M. Koldenius & L. Limberg); "How Can We Integrate Libraries in the School Curriculum?" (B. Kuhne); "Building Bridges between the Library and the Principal's Office" (L. LaRocque & D. Oberg); "Language and Identity" (G. Lundgren); "Using Folklore as a Teaching Tool To Bridge the Gap between Cultures" (L. Monprode-Holt); "A Basic Educational Media Course for Library/Media Specialists and Teachers" (E. F. Newren);"Fiction and Facts: Reading Novels Is Building Bridges between Cultural, Ethnical and Geographical Differences" (U. Nilsson); "Cooperation between Public and School Libraries in Norway" (E. Oyno); "Book Awards Chosen by American Children" (M. A. Paulin); "Bridging the Gap from the Oral Tradition to the Printed Word" (M. Rainey); "Coming of Age in the Caribbean" (A. Robertson & C. Robinson); "Taming Teleconferencing Technology To Create Equal Opportunities in Australian School Libraries" (L. Rushby & P. Lupton); "Giving Life to Knowledge" (B. Siberg); "International Understanding through Literature" (T. E. Stautland & K. Sundgren-Torneus); "Literacy and the School Library: Librarians and Teachers Together Against Illiteracy" (C. Stenberg); "Want To Read--Want To Write--Children's Day in Porsgrunn" (K. Tveitereid); "Resource Sharing in ASEAN Schools with Special Reference to Malaysia" (R. Vias & A. Lee); "The Potential of Telecommunications in the Library Media Center" (P. Wahlgren); "Bridging the Differences between Generations" (L. P. Wood); and "School Libraries in a Multicultural Society: An Australian Experience" (H. M. Yee). Reports from the general meeting and a participant list are also provided. (BBM)
Descriptors: Awards, Elementary Secondary Education, Foreign Countries, High Risk Students, Learning Resources Centers, Library Role, Library Services, Literacy Education, Media Specialists, Multicultural Education, Public Relations, School Libraries, Second Language Learning, Talking Books, Teleconferencing
Publication Type: Collected Works - Proceedings
Education Level: N/A
Authoring Institution: International Association of School Librarianship, Kalamazoo, MI.